Memorize the Guitar Fretboard in 60 minutes
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To be able to memorise the fretboard, there are a few essential things you have to know:
Notes on the guitar fretboard are sequenced in semitones or half notes. It is like moving from a white note on a keyboard to a black note adjacent to it.
The strings are tuned E A D G B E from the top (heaviest) down to the bottom lightest string. Use the acronym "Eddie Ate Dynamite, Good Bye Eddie" and memorise it.
You have to know the chromatic scale of a keyboard. From left to right that would be C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B, C.
From right to left the sequence would be C, B, Bb, A, Ab, G, Gb, F, E, Eb, D, Db, C. The "b" is pronounced "flat", so the Bb will be pronounced B flat.
For Bass Guitar you will only use the top 4 strings (heaviest or thickest 4 strings). It is very easy!
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How to tune a guitar:
1. Tune string number 1 (the lightest string at the bottom) to the E on a keyboard or piano.
2. Using your index finger, play the E note on string 5 in fret number 5. Tune string number 5 to the sound of the open E string that was tuned in using the keyboard or piano, to have the same tone.
3. Using the index finger, play the B note on string 4 in fret number 4. Play the open B on string number 5 and tune the two strings to have the same tone.
4. Using the index finger, play the G note in fret 5 string 3. Play the open G on string 4 an tune the 2 strings to have the same tone.
5. Using the index finger, play the D note in fret number 5 string number 2. Play the open D on string number 3. Tune the 2 strings to have the same tone.
6. Using the index finger, Play the A note on string number 1. Play the open A note on string 5. Tune the two strings to have the same tone.
7. Repeat the process and do fine tuning to get the two strings, starting from the bottom (as per point two), to be exactly the same. Follow points 2 through 6 until you are happy with the tuning.
The Key transpose wheel:
Use this wheel to transpose any piece of music from one key to another. Set the outer wheel on the existing key and then turn the inner wheel to the desired new key. Lign up the two root keys: Let's say you want to change an existing piece written in G major to the key of Eb major. Turn the inside wheel to have the Eb in line (directly underneeth) the G. Now read the new chords from the inner wheel and the old chords on the outer wheel. It is that simple.